TRUSTED LAW FIRM IN YELLOWKNIFE
Dragon Toner Law Office is your trusted law firm in Yellowknife, with a team of experienced and reliable lawyers . As people who live and work in the area, we’re proud to offer our services as local, long-term representatives of clients in the North. Our firm is dedicated to serving the specific needs of our Northern residents in whatever way we can.
Since opening our doors in 2010, we have grown and flourished into a regional firm, working with individuals, businesses, governments, boards and tribunals throughout the Northwest Territories and Nunavut. With many years of collective experience, our lawyers have the education and skills to help guide you through your legal issues and procedures. Whatever you’re dealing with, if you feel you need legal advice or action, please contact our office today.
SKILLED LEGAL SERVICES
Our experience has allowed us to help a wide range of people with their varied legal issues and procedures. Whether you’re looking for someone to help with buying or selling a new home, to redo your will, or negotiate a Collective Agreement, the lawyers of Yellowknife’s Dragon Toner Law Office are here for you. We understand there are both challenges and opportunities when it comes to living and working in the North and would like to help you find, face, and triumph those that come your way.
Treating each case with a personalized and committed approach, our team provides sound legal advice to help you get the best outcome from your case. We are focused on addressing the legal needs of Yellowknife and our Northern Communities.
Dragon Toner acknowledges that we provide our services on the traditional lands of the Dene, Métis, Inuvialuit and Inuit peoples of the Northwest Territories and Nunavut. We honour and respect the histories, languages, ceremonies and cultures of those who call these territories home.
Feel free to contact our office today to speak with one of our Yellowknife lawyers to get quality legal services and representation across the Northwest Territories and Nunavut.